Scientists have developed a device for people who are constantly counting calories eaten in foods. With him to determine the nutritional value of foods will require a minimum of time. The device not only counts calories, but also tells the owner about the ratio of proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
To start the operation of the device requires only information about the volume of portions. The rest does itself. The technology, experts say, can be used for other purposes, for example, in the pharmaceutical industry. The device easily calculates the formula of medicinal tablets.
Next year will start mass production of the scanner. The preliminary cost is 160 pounds (about 15 thousand).